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“Use Your Millennial Manners”: How students made history through service across the globe

“Use Your Millennial Manners”: How students made history through service across the globe

One of our very own HSS students, Britta Nippert, has proven to the world that the millennial generation can and will go beyond expectations to make a difference in the world. In fact, the Huffington Post picked up on her and Biology student Okxana Cordova-Hoyos’ efforts in a history-altering service project. This past summer Britta and Okxana worked as

A Warm Welcome to our New HSS Faculty!

A Warm Welcome to our New HSS Faculty!

This academic year we have invited two new faculty members to become a part of the HSS community. Dr. Tao Dumas (Political Science) and Dr. David Mazeika (Criminology) have some thoughts to share with their coworkers and students to give some background on what topics they study and why they chose to study them. Dr. Mazeika,

“Exploring Economic Justice,” this semester’s inter-disciplinary forum series

“Exploring Economic Justice,” this semester’s inter-disciplinary forum series

Co-organized by Dr. John Sisko (Philosophy) and Dr. Nicholas Toloudis (Political Science), the “Exploring Economic Justice” Series includes a diverse array of lecturers and topics that will span across the Fall 2014 semester. The team also co-wrote a grant request to the New Jersey Council of the Humanities and with these funds have been able

How Our Students ExCEL: Explore, Contribute, Engage, Learn Away

How Our Students ExCEL: Explore, Contribute, Engage, Learn Away

At the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, we make it our mission to create an environment where students will have access to a broad range of opportunities to enrich and build their own academic experiences. For this reason we have developed a four-point strategy to encourage students to make college happen for them–to remind them not

English professor publishes novel, receives rave reviews in New York Times

English professor publishes novel, receives rave reviews in New York Times

All of us at the School of Humanities and Social Sciences are thrilled to hear the news that one of our own has been reviewed in the ever-respected New York Times. In his recent dystopic, futuristic fiction novel called “Your Face in Mine,” Associate English Professor Jess Row engages with the thorny subject of race in a

Wanderlust

Wanderlust

Where is this globetrotting grad’s next stop?

Bengali in Bologna

Bengali in Bologna

How study abroad inspired this grad’s international career path.

Accomplishments

Pickering + Fulbright = 3 Very Successful Years of Graduates

Pickering + Fulbright = 3 Very Successful Years of Graduates

In the past three years, three HSS alumni have won both Fulbright and Pickering fellowships.

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